Monday, November 13, 2006

America watched South Dakota vote to kill American citizens

Do you realize the implications of the South Dakota vote on Referred Law 6? It was the first time in American history and perhaps the history of the world that a vote was taken that literally decided the fate of innocent human beings.

How many times have you heard people say "if we could take it out of the hands of the unelected judges, the American people would vote for life". Well, the time came, and did we vote for life? No. South Dakota condemned Americans to death. I want you people of South Dakota to look at every single statistic of human beings who have and who will be killed by abortion in your state because of your vote. Every time a person dies, I want you to remember, you voted for their death.

Up until this point in America, Americans have had the luxury of hiding from the reality of abortion. We left if up to our political parties to do the dirty work for us. Democrats have been a solid pro-abortion party and many Republicans never really did much for the movement.

You don't agree with me? For twelve years the Republicans controlled Congress and the White House, and what did they do? They almost passed the embryonic stem cell research bill, that's what they did. It took President Bush to use his first and only veto to stop thier insanity. Okay, you throw the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act that President Bush signed at me.


Think about that one for a minute. Before that act was signed, babies were born "alive", even though "doctors" tried to kill them in the womb. Jill Stanek was a nurse who witnessed this horror first hand at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois.

Jill Stanek Bio

Her testimony helped end that insane practice, but obviously, abortion doctors didn't stop doing abortions, they just had to really make sure the babies were dead before they came out of the womb.

Add to this mess the fact that President Bush was the first president in history to sign legislation that would allow using killed human beings for research.


South Dakotans voted to condemn American citizens to death. America can no longer hide from the reality of abortion. The line has been crossed. A vote for LIFE was taken and the wrong button was pushed!

The Pro-Life community has to unite and send out a common message, One that says "if you are not Pro-Life, we will not vote for you". We must stop supporting candidates just because they have an "R" next to thier name.

What can we do?

1) We can contact our representatives every month on the first Friday. Go to for everything you need to know, such as who to call and what you might want to say. We should challenge Democrats, Independants and Republicans to defend LIFE.
2) Go to and watch what is happening on the front lines of the Pro-Life battle.
3) Go to ( and tune in to original Pro-Life broadcasting
4) Check out other Pro-Life efforts and help when possible
5) Check out The calendar will help you find Pro-Life efforts in your area and the action code will show you what items currently need your help.
6) Vote for and support Pro-Life candidates.

Don't let abortion become a voting issue. It is a LIFE issue! What do you think would have happened in the 60s if the civil rights movement was put to a vote?